About ERP Advisors Group

ERP Advisors Group (EAG) is one of the country’s top independent enterprise software advisory firms.

ERP Advisors Group only provides software advisory services. Our consultants only work on enterprise software selections and implementations. Therefore, they are experts in conducting software selections and know the pitfalls to avoid as they guide our clients to a successful go-live.

You will find our consultants care deeply about your project and are vested as much as you are in making it a success. Ultimately, we will do just about anything to make sure you are a success!

Inc. 5000 Logo - ERP Advisors GroupIn 2020, ERP Advisors Group made the Inc. 5000 for the second year in a row as one of America's fastest-growing private companies.

ERP Advisors Group staff and executives


Shawn Windle, Founder and Managing Principal
Founder and Managing Principal
Erica Windle, Principal, Operations
Erica Windle
Principal, Operations
Juliette Welch, Public Relations Manager
Juliette Welch
Public Relations Manager
Quentin DeWitt, Director
Quentin DeWitt
Curtis Wait, Principal Consultant
Curtis Wait
Principal Consultant
Doug Ham, Principal Consultant
Doug Ham
Principal Consultant
Robert Anderson, Senior Consultant
Robert Anderson
Senior Consultant
David A. Meyer, Senior Consultant
David A. Meyer
Senior Consultant
Brian Anderson, Senior Consultant
Brian Anderson
Senior Consultant
Carly Shube, Consultant
Carly Shube
Cara Plahuta, Project Administrator
Cara Plahuta
Project Administrator
Dennis Braan, Technical Writer
Dennis Braan
Technical Writer
Shaun Orthmann, Digital Marketing Manager
Shaun Orthmann
Digital Marketing Manager
Michelle Carlbert
Michelle Carlbert
Digital Content Creator

Upcoming Event

Overview of Enterprise Accounting Software

Thursday, February 11 @ 12:00 pm MST

When there are so many excellent enterprise tools available to organizations, why do accounting teams continue to rely on Excel? We’ve observed that making the jump from copy/pasted spreadsheets to automated financial reporting often requires a better understanding of the software itself.